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Auschwitz Exposed: The Disturbing Story of the Holocaust Death Camp Revealed (Auschwitz, Auschwitz Escape, Auschwitz Book, Auschwitz A New History, Auschwitz and After, Auschwitz Volunteer) by [Taylor, Anthony]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 819 KB
  • Print Length: 22 pages
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  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00IBOH12M
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews
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I write these words as someone who has visited Auschwitz twice. I have no connection to the camps, family etcetera . I found this narrative quite poorly researched. I hope some of the errors are the fault of translators, an "E" here or an "O " there as in the commandant s name who was actually hanged at Auschwitz not Warsaw as stated.
With the mistakes I have noticed, I am not sure about the rest of the content not being a serious historian.
A book that certainly needed to be written , but I believe the victims deserved a more accurate account of this time in mankind's history.
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Despite the claims made by the author I personally did not learn one single fact that I was not already aware of. I found it was badly written, had numerous grammatical errors and basically had an amateur feel about it, facts and figures simply thrown haphazardly into the mix. If you have absolutely no prior knowledge of this stain on human history then perhaps this is for you otherwise I am afraid that you will be wasting your time.
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Whilst I enjoyed this book I would just like to point out a couple of errors I picked up on ... One ..... The auschwitz camp commandant 's name was rudolf hoess and not rudolf Hess .. Rudolf Hess being hitters deputy , the two men were often confused with having a very similar name ... Also rudolf hoess wasn't hung in Warsaw he was hung outside his offices in aushwitz 1 , in the polish town of oswiecim ....
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This book was too short and factually incorrect. The sonnder commando never ever put the gas down through the hatches, that was always done by the Germans. Rudolph Hess was not executed in Warsaw, he was hanged on the gallows outside his old office at Auschwitz 1 camp
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This book is an excellent insight into how the nazis treated anyone who is considered not a true German.a great insight into how mass murder took place in both the death camps at Auschwitz one & two (birkenau ).
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Thoroughly enjoyed this book. I enjoy reading about the war and love to know the facts in simple terms. Everyone should read this book and remember.....we should forgive what happened then as in all countries in times of war people are treated cruelly and inhumanity is always shown to some degree. Forgive what happened seventy years ago...because it changed how we live today.
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Its ok, but when you cannot get the commandant of Aushwitz name correct and where he was hung ( I saw the gibbet where he was hung when I visited Aushwitz which was one of the happier places in the camp ) you have to worry are the other facts correct.
However I am still glad I read the book, but it is a very short book.
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As a a Kindle author myself, I have discovered getting reviews from readers is much alike to trying to pry teeth for a starving crocodile. Virtually impossible. However, sometimes that crocodile may enjoy the refreshment of being drugged and put to sleep, just so the tooth can be pried.

In these terms, the drugged crocodile is a metaphor for like writing an enjoyable piece to read. And this is what this book cam across to me as. Although, even though the horrific exposure of Auschwitz was clear in this book, I consider that some crucial facts were missing or wrong. This is when I have given it three stars.
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